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Relieving meningism with homoeopathy

Meningism is caused by an inflammation of the meninges, most often at the arachnoid or the dura mater. This inflammation is caused by a bacterial or viral infection or by subarachnoid hemorrhages. Read more …

Alleviating mid-cycle pain syndrome with homoeopathy

Mid-cycle pain syndrome is characterized by a disruption of the menstrual cycles and manifests itself by bleeding during the ovulation period or during the days that precede or follow the cycle. It only occurs in some women whose menstrual cycle is changing and is sometimes accompanied by pain of varying intensity. Read more …

Treating Raynaud’s phenomenon with homoeopathy

Raynaud’s syndrome, or secondary Raynaud’s syndrome, is slightly different from Raynaud’s disease. The two diseases are similar in terms of symptoms but are differentiated by their origin. Raynaud’s disease has no definite cause, but its symptoms tend to be induced by the cold. Raynaud’s syndrome is linked to other diseases, of which the most common is scleroderma. Read more …

Treating major depressive disorder with homoeopathy

Major depressive disorder (MDD) is often very difficult to heal and overcome for the patient, and may occur as a result of the loss of a job, a loved one, or any other personal problem. Mood disorders, anxiety, and sadness are often the most characteristic signs of depression. In addition, there are all sorts of drugs available to treat such diseases. However, it is also possible to resort to homoeopathic remedies to relieve various symptoms of depression. Read more …

Treating sycosis with homoeopathy

Infection caused by a staphylococcal contamination, sycosis leads to skin diseases. It is a sexually transmitted disease that may, in some cases, be hereditary. Sycosis becomes particularly apparent in case of failure of treatment of skin symptoms caused by gonorrhoea or blennorrhoea  Sycosis may also be prone to complications, especially when it occurs in association with another skin disease such as psoriasis. Hence, a number of metabolic, lymphatic and psychological disorders start to appear. Read more …

Fighting off burnout with homoeopathy

Burnout is a state of physical and / or psychological discomfort. It is either caused by excessive strain, or by the repeated or exceedingly dull nature of a physical and / or intellectual activity. In other words, it is a pathology that affects those who seek to push their bodies beyond their limits. Read more …

Fighting off excess weight with homoeopathy

Different treatments, slimming programs and diet plans exist to fight off excess weight, which is often a source of complexes in some people. But by opting for a homoeopathic treatment, the patient may limit the dreaded yo-yo effects. Indeed, in homoeopathy, four distinct diathesis, namely the psoric, sycotic, luetic and tuberculinic diatheses, define the symptoms and causes of individuals’ excess weight, and provide adequate forms of treatment without a risk of relapse. Read more …

Reducing stress with homoeopathy

General adaptation syndrome, stress is one of body’s reaction when it becomes subjected to environmental pressures. This pathology, quite common in today’s world, manifests itself by a set of symptoms that start by affecting the brain, which then increases its production of cortisol. The adrenal glands therefore produce cortisol, a substance that subsequently acts on the cerebral cortex and hippocampus. Yet these two brain areas are crucial: first, the cerebral cortex is where the information processing and stress take place (immobilization, attack, drain, …) while the second, the hippocampus, is the brain region that acts against this stressful stimulus and helps to ensure regulation. Read more …

Treating stomatitis with homoeopathy

Stomatitis is an inflammation of the mucous lining of any of the structures in the mouth, which may involve the cheeks, gums, tongue, lips, throat and roof or floor of the mouth. When stomatitis is periodic, it is referred to as aphthous stomatitis.  As for oral candidiasis, it is caused by a fungal infection and usually affects infants. If it is vesicular, it was caused by a virus, as is the case of herpetic stomatitis for example. In the case of an erythematous stomatitis, the inflammations mostly appear on the gums and are, most of the time, mostly ude to infected and decayed teeth. Read more …

Relieving symptoms of staphylococcal infections with homoeopathy

While some bacteria live in the human body without posing any danger to one’s health, know that staphylococci are pathogenic micro-organisms, that is to say, bacteria capable of causing diseases. Usually attacking the skin, staphylococci generally lead to necrosis of the skin tissue on which they thrive. There are several types of staphylococci, of which the best known is undoubtedly staphylococcus aureus, a bacterium that is notably responsible for furunculosis or malignant staphylococcal infection of the face. Depending on cases, staphylococcal infections may be acute, and therefore rapidly-evolving or, on the other hand chronic, in which case they are characterized by a much slower evolution. Read more …

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Pathology and homeopathy are two fields of scientific research that go hand in hand. As a matter of fact, homeopathic research on a disease is always accompanied by a pathological study of that disease. Pathology is the scientific field that studies diseases, while homeopathy is a gentle method for treating diseases. Homeopathic treatment follows the principles of similarity (Similia similibus curentur or "likes are cured by likes") and comprehensiveness. There is no universal treatment for a given disease; it must be adapted to each patient.